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John Leal

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Re: The Great Swine Flu Conspiracy
5/5/2009 4:32:14 AM

Hi Beryl

The thing is, hundreds of people die every year from a particular strain of 'flu. They just had to raise the fear level a fraction with a gimmicky title to set the panic button in motion.


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Re: The Great Swine Flu Conspiracy
5/5/2009 10:10:41 AM
Hello John,

Thanks for the information which James and I suspected was
dreamed up for more scare tactics and get more money out
of the unsuspecting public and their health insurance
companies they pay big bucks for each month in premiums,
and when these same insurance companies start placing
new conditions in their policies and charging more money to
cover these 'new' strains!

Having a link also to pass on (which I have to my other
communities and emails) gives people more information to think about and make up their own minds how much the public is
being duped.

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They just had to raise the fear level a fraction with a gimmicky
title to set the panic button in motion."


You nailed it with your comment - the public have been in
panic - stress mode since 9/11 and it seems that they are
going to maintain this panic and milk it for all its worth.


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John Leal

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Re: The Great Swine Flu Conspiracy
5/5/2009 8:26:06 PM

Hi Amanda

I read this in our newspaper from Albert Lea Tribune, US.

"Let's get something straight: You can't get swine flu from eating pork products. The term 'swine flu' has to do with viral origins. Viruses change, that's why we have a different flu shot every year. The swine flu is thought to have mutated from a mix of influenza viruses found in pigs and in birds. It is then believed to have changed to a strain that makes people sick. But it is a human virus, you catch it from other people who already have it. All the pigs in the world could disappear tomorrow and the present swine flu would still exist. It is not transmitted by swine."




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